Tuesday, January 22, 2013

50 Miles of Art is a Northeast Missouri family tradition

50 Miles of Art is a Northeast Missouri family tradition for many years that continues to grow in popularity returns in March 2013.

This annual event takes visitors along the scenic byway Route 79 as it follows the Mississippi River with breathtaking views, rolling hills and a colorful landscape that is is Springtime bloom as it connects the towns of Clarksville, Hannibal and Louisianna where fine artists, craftspersons and artisans have chosen to live and create their work.

For more information about the 50 Miles of Art, please visit their website by CLICKING HERE.

When planning your vacation to the Show-Me state, let Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri Show-You a Better Way to Stay.

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Submitted by Brian Slind, Owner of the University Avenue Bed and Breakfast in Columbia Mo.

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